*please scroll down for photosOffered is a lot of eleven 1966 REPRINTS of historical New York Times headlines. The front page and page 2 appear to be identical reprints of the originals. Pages 3 and 4 are ads for Mellaril (an anxiety drug). The back pages have "Issued August 1966" at the very bottom. The headlines concern the Pearl Harbor attack, Edward VIII of England, the Little Big Horn Massacre, the Lusitania sinking, Charles Lindbergh, Woodrow Wilson's Peace speech, Seizure of Petrograd, the Stock Market crash, Routgen's X-Rays and British Victory in Sudan.They have some general expected wear, with creases w they have been folded in quarters, some toning around the edges and folds, a few creased corners, etc. Most of this is fairly minimal and overall they are in good shape - any of them would look great framed! Please view the photos carefully to judge the conditions for yourself and email any questions. United States Shipping: USPS Media Rate Shipping will be $3.50 - $1.65 for insurance is optional, but highly recommended. International Shipping: Will usually be higher and will be determined after the auction - or email me for a quote. I usually list similar items at the same time - and save money by combining shipping costs on multiple items (whenever possible). Please read the "fine print" before bidding:
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